The quality of state of being proficient; advance in the acquisition of any art, science, or knowledge; progression in knowledge; improvement; adeptness; as, to acquire proficiency in music.
Mastery or ability to do something at grade level. California students receive scores on the California Standards Tests (CST) that range from "far below basic" to "advanced." The state goal is for all students to score at "proficient" or "advanced." (Ed Source)
Proficiency consists of the learner's knowledge of the target language; it can be considered synonymous with 'competence'. 'Proficiency' can be viewed as linguistic competence or communicative competence. L2 proficiency is usually measured in relation to a native speaker's proficiency.
the quality of having great facility and competence
skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; "practice greatly improves proficiency"
Mastery; the state of being adept or well-advanced in knowledge or skill.
Riders skill level: Expert, Novice, Rookie
the competence, skill and expertise required from the learner
Ability to perform a specific behavior (e.g., task, learning objective) to the established performance standard in order to demonstrate mastery of the behavior.
This refers to how much of a particular capability a person must have to be successful in his/her work. It is the degree of mastery of a skill or area of knowledge.
A statement which identifies a child's or student's ability to function within a subdomain. Each proficiency is dependent upon the ability to perform one or more essential skills. A proficiency for the subdomain of language might be "The student/child communicates using expressive language skills."
The mastery of a specific skill.
The acquisition of enough knowledge and skill to advance to the next level.
Proficiency is mastery or the ability to do something at grade level. (NCEA) Public engagement Public engagement is the sustained and active involvement of parents, community members, and taxpayers in the improvement of schooling and efforts to reform schools. ( Education Week)
means the ability to apply knowledge to situations likely to be encountered and to deal with them without extensive recourse to technical research and assistance. (250.01.1)
Advancement toward the attainment of a high degree of knowledge or skill.
A minimum level of competence in writing, math and language.
Having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular area. (McTighe & Ferrara)
Minimum achievement required to demonstrate content mastery in a given subject area or at a given grade level. ( learn more)